Bishop Diego placed four football players on the All-CIF East Valley Division team.
Named to the offensive squad were running back Brandon Gonzalez, quarterback Nolan Tisdale and return specialist-wide receiver Sam Kwock. Lineman Tom Renick was named to the defensive unit.
The Cardinals had one of their best seasons in school history, winning the Frontier League championship, going 11-2 and advancing to the CIF semifinals, where they lost to eventual champion Sierra Canyon.
Three Carpinteria players were named to the All CIF Northwest Division team. Running back Alex Rodriguez and lineman Andrew Sova were chosen on offense and linebacker Jeffrey Moorhouse was on the defensive team.
Lompoc, which went undefeated and won its second straight CIF title, dominated the Northwest Division team with 10 players. They are running back Lavon Coleman, offensive linemen Orlando Arciniega and Luis Ruiz, utility player Taylor Cornejo, tight end Aaron Kucharski, kicker Jose Morales, defensive back Colton Concellos, defensive lineman Ainuu Taua and linebackers Joe Valla and Willie Iribarren.
Coleman and Concellos were named offensive and defensive players of the year and Andrew Jones was honored as the coach of the year.
Cabrillo, the division runner-up, placed five players on the elite squad: offensive lineman Nick Bell, receiver Jeff Aldridge, defensive back Dan French, defensive lineman TJ Babauta and utility player Isaiah Montes.
Also named to the all-Northwest Division squad was Santa Ynez defensive lineman Blake Chavez.
There were no players from the three local Channel League schools selected to the CIF Western Division team.
In eight-man football, Cate’s Kyle Mayfield was named to the offensive unit in CIF Division 1.